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People who love life on wheels have a new track to hit in Dollard des Ormeaux.
The Boys and Girls Club of Longueuil joined the Cirque du Soleil Wednesday in a specialized day-camp experience in Montreal's neighbourhood of St. Michel.
The Quartiers Danses Festival has unveiled its schedule for September, and it's planning to host 50 performances across Montreal this fall.
Illumi will be a high-tech nighttime trail in Laval, with 10 million LED lights covering an area equivalent to 30 hockey rinks.
'Cousin' Vinny Barrucco and Shannon King are the new morning hosts for Virgin Radio.
The music of Bruce Springsteen provides the backbone of drama 'Blinded by the Light.'
Fans of anime are in their cosplay suits as they celebrate Japanese animation and video games at a Montreal convention.
If you can remember it, you weren’t there.
The Boss reaches Pakistani teen in Luton, England in 'Blinded by the Light.'
Mambo Italiano the musical is about to make its debut for a pre-Broadway run in New York City.
The new film 'The Art of Racing in the Rain' offers an emotional tale for dog lovers.
An Inuit and Mongolian throat singing multicultural show highlighted the day at the Montreal First Peoples Festival Thursday.
The Montreal Symphony Orchestra ran through some pieces in advance of their free concert at the Olympic Stadium's esplanade.
"Ay, carumba" isn't the only time The Simpsons has taken a dive into international linguistics.
Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté's private French Polynesian island is now available to rent on Airbnb for just under $200,000 a night.
The Fast and Furious franchise gets a spinoff with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Jason Statham in'Hobbs and Shaw.'
A 12-year-old Sherbrooke girl is getting major league attention for her rendition of the National Anthem at sporting events across the United States.
The first day of the Osheaga festival saw sets from Australia's Dean Lewis, and some new experiences for concert-goers.
Osheaga returns to its original home on Ile Ste-Helene, but renovations have made the site bigger and better.
Music lovers can expect lots to listen to but also a whole new experience at Osheaga, according to Evenko's Philip Vanden Brande.